January 14, 2019 by Jordan Nunziato
You’ve completed all of your licensing, you’ve been in the business for years, you have hundreds of regular clients that you’ve loved seeing every week for decades. Still, something seems missing.
You don’t want to do away with your established career that you’re passionate about; you simply want to offer more to your clients, challenge yourself, and learn a new, complementary skill that can only benefit you and your business.
If you’re considering spa treatment, the first thing you need to make sure of are the laws governing your practice. Does your state or municipality consider scrubs and wraps within your scope of practice?
Next, you’ll want to research the spas in your area to see what services they offer. If their menus include scrubs and wraps, it’s likely these services are not only popular in your area, but within your scope of practice.
If you’re a fan of bodywork, there’s a little secret we need to let you in on—if you haven’t yet tried one, please do, because you’ll love a facial. A hydrating, cleansing, noninvasive facial is a close relative to massage and includes many of the same elements and philosophies that make massage good for you. To the massage benefits you’re already aware of, add aspects of cleansing, exfoliating, and hydrating and you’ve got the makings of a rejuvenating, healthful skin care experience.
When making a foray into the world of skin care, a facial is one of the first therapies you should try—it’s not only comforting and refreshing, but it gives you and your skin care therapist a baseline for your skin’s health and a treatment protocol for accomplishing your skin care goals.
As with most careers, the more experience you have, the more in-demand you are.
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